“Blades of Valor” Brings the Immortals Series to a Satisfying Conclusion

blades-of-valor“Blades of Valor” Brings the Immortals Series to a Satisfying Conclusion
Picking up where “Martyr’s Fire” left us with Thomas still unsure who he can trust and still searching for answers, “Blades of Valor” opens in the Holy Land. With Isabelle stalking him with murderous intent and Katherine still a cause of doubt in his mind, he must negotiate his way through this foreign and often hostile land to find the answers he seeks.
Sigmund Brouwer weaves a skillful and entertaining end to this tale of Thomas of Magnus while leaving the series open to continue. The plot twists and turns like a desert snake and keeps the reader interested throughout. This is an excellent series for fantasy fans in the middle school grades as well as high school. The characters are interesting and well-defined. The pacing is good and the action is entertaining. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend “Blades of Valor,” although I would advise you to read the first three in the series first.
This book was provided to me by the publisher for this review. The opinions, however, are entirely my own!

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